Are you interested in digital, collaborative student projects? Is your classroom an active learning space? Have you considered working with librarians to use the Catalyst as a collaborative and digital space with your students? During this workshop, staff from Digital Scholarship Initiatives (DSI) will introduce the new library space, The Catalyst, and will focus on potential student projects and the teaching of digital skills for students across campus. Staff and faculty from the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) will also discuss active learning and active learning spaces on campus. They will give examples of hands-on activities that teach digital skills and will center active learning as a potentially digital practice.
If you need a reasonable accommodation, you may find more information on the University Human Resources Disability Accommodation page. For graduate student assistants and undergraduate students, please get in touch with Student Accessibility Services.
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